Ford Increases Price of Mustang Mach-E by Up to $8,000, as Orders Re-Open

Ford has increased the price of its Mustang Mach-E on Thursday, with prices jumping as much as $8,100 USD, depending on trim.

The news was shared by Michael Martinez from Automotive News. Destination and delivery prices also increase by $200 USD, now at $1,300 USD MSRP.

The RWD and AWD Standard Range increases by $3,000 USD, while the biggest price hike of $8,100 USD is for the California Route 1 AWD Extended Range, now at $63,575 USD.

The Premium RWD and AWD Standard Range jump in price by $5,875 USD, while the GT AWD Extended Range jumps by $7,900 USD to now sit at $69,895 USD, the most expensive Mach-E trim.

The Extended Range Battery for the Premium RWD also increases $2,600 USD to $8,600 USD, while the Dark Exterior Package increases $800 USD.

Mustang mach e price increase

Ford halted Mustang Mach-E orders back in June, as a safety issue forced the company to stop online sales. But with orders now available again, new price increases have arrived, as the automotive industry continues to grabble with inflation, along with supply chain headwinds and battery shortages.